Over at Wirecuter's we find an intriguing photo from the Old West, which turns out to be a saloon in Randsburg, CA, circa 1900.
You can click on it to make it bigger, but it's fairly intriguing. We notice the mill marks on the overhead joists, and the place actually has a wood floor. Yeah, the place is a tent, but they brought the bar in from God-knows-where, and the rest of the furniture is cobbled together locally. The fellow in front-center is sitting on a box.
It always amazes me when I see a movie and the set looks old. These places weren't old, they were brand new. Erected in a hurry, to take advantage of an opportunity. Sometimes they lasted, but more often they didn't. They were abandoned just as quickly as the opportunity faded.
It's a great photo.